Impunity Esports unveil Singaporean League of Legends lineup for 2021 PCS

Kurt Lozano
·Esports Content Producer
·2-min read
(Photo: Impunity Esports Facebook)
(Photo: Impunity Esports Facebook)

Impunity Esports have unveiled a new Singaporean League of Legends (LoL) lineup on Tuesday (23 February) that it will field for the 2021 Spring Split of the Pacific Championship Series (PCS).

Impunity Esports' main LoL lineup is comprised of four Singaporean players; jungler Chen "CYH" Yi-Hui, mid laner Winston "Shera" Tai Yi, bot laner Jia "Blaze" Xiang, and support player Mervyn "Smerv" Yee Xuan Wen; as well as one South Korean player, top laner Kim "TOPKING" Yeon-su.

The team's subs include Li "Lucifer" Yu Tong, Eric "QaspieL" Sia Sze Pin, Dominic "Arykelic" Loh, and Kenneth "Quake" Chan Jun Jie.

The squad will also be coached by one of the Impunity's former players, Fathullah "Shiazuri" Ridzuan, who last played for the organisation in 2018 under the tags "Ashiary" and "Shiagure".

Impunity Esports were one of the three new teams to enter the PCS for its 2021 season, alongside Taiwan's Beyond Gaming and Thailand's BOOM Esports.

Impunity Esports join the league after winning the PCS Promotion Qualifier last year. The organisation was established in 2019 and takes after the legacy of renowned Singaporean esports clan Team Impunity, which has been competing in various esports titles since 2009.

The three new teams replace ahq Esports Club, Nova Esports and Resurgence, now known as RSG, from the lineup of participants from the PCS' inaugural season last year.

The 2021 PCS Spring Split kicked off on 19 February after its initial start date of 5 February due to health and safety concerns with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The 2021 PCS Spring Split began with a best-of-one double round robin regular season and will be followed by a double-elimination playoffs. All of the league’s matches will be broadcast in English, Mandarin, and Thai.

As of the time of writing, Impunity Esports are tied for sixth in the league standings with a 2-2 record after its first week of competition. In Week 2 from 26-28 February, Impunity will be facing fellow newcomer teams Beyond Gaming and BOOM Esports followed by league leaders PSG Talon.

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